Is this spray-painted fish in Squamish 'street art' or vandalism?

As the saying goes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Is this spray-painted fish art or graffiti?

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A brightly-coloured fish, along with a tag, has appeared on a cinder block at Newport Beach, sparking a discussion on The Chief's Facebook page about whether this is welcome “street art” or vandalism – an illegal nuisance.

The fish wasn’t commissioned by the District of Squamish, spokesperson for the District, Christina Moore, told The Chief. But there are no plans to remove it, she added.

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